An Examination of Political and Environmental Impacts on Mental Health In a Culture of Moral Censorship and Sensationalism.

In this essay I will be introducing several startling ideas which run contrary to accepted understanding of models of mental health, and will endeavor to state my case as well as I can despite the extremely complicated nature of the science behind these new ways of understanding mental issues. Citations will be provided in order to verify the claims made herein.

Confessions of a Mythological Being

Some background for those trying to follow along on my journeys. I have a very rare bleeding disorder. Its very complicated, and involves platelets, mast cells, and probably uric acid crystals causing widespread inflammation, including intracranial.¬† My doctor isn’t really sure how I’m alive, and encourages me to embrace the self identity of a superhero […]

The anatomy of manipulation

The fact that public indignation that Paul Bernardo could possibly financially benefit from writing a book was considered of more importance than the fact that an isolated dangerous criminal in Canada chose to write about Russian electromagnetic warfare and the New World Order is a prime example of why burning books or blacklisting authors is […]

Oil Divestment, terror, and pensions

One of the terms you sometimes encounter in counter terrorism is the phrase climate terrorism. ¬†This actually refers to the overall change in the climate which contributes to social and domestic problems and contributes to a nation’s inclination towards violence, since violence is born out of desperation, and climate change destroys the future of communities. […]

The Importance of Ritual in Over Coming PTSD

Many people who suffer from PTSD also have pre-existing personality “issues” such as OCD behaviour, social phobia, etc., which seems to play a part in their job vocations. Let’s face it; a person who is OCD is likely to be more contentious about their work, and pay more attention to fine details, while a person […]

So you can’t afford food

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is an odd law called the codex allimentarius, which was set down like a century ago under British trade laws and somehow became incorporated into pharmaceutical and food laws today internationally, probably through the East India Trading Company and Lloyds of London. The codex basically […]